Description - Enterprise Java Development on a Budget by Brian Sam-Bodden
Enterprise Java Development on a Budget is an annotated roadmap covering every major aspect of Open Source enterprise Java development "on a budget". This book allows a programmer or programming team to develop complex applications for enterprises using as little money as possible. Open Source has had a profound effect on the Java Community. Many Java Open Source projects have even become de-facto standards. The principal purpose of this book is to guide the reader through the development of a real enterprise Java application(s) using nothing but Open Source Java Tools, Projects and Frameworks. Each chapter will deal with an aspect of the design and development of the application as they relate to a specific tool or framework being used. In areas of the application where there may be implementation choices in terms of which Open Source project to use, we will show one more possible paths and explain why, in the context of the application we chose one project/tool versus competing/similar ones. This book is intended to define the role of Open Source on the Java Community. It will provide information on how, when and why to use Open Source.
It will also contain as a useful appendix a catalog of Open Source Projects/Products making an impact. The catalog provides information and examples necessary for managers, developers and architects to make decisions on whether to use or evaluate specific projects.
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Author Biography - Brian Sam-Bodden
Brian Sam-Bodden is an author, instructor, speaker and avid open source contributor that has spent most of his life crafting software. He s a liberal arts educated fool and holds dual bachelor degrees from Ohio Wesleyan University in Computer Science and Physics and heads Integrallis (http://www.integrallis.com), a Ruby/Rails/Clojure/iOS sofware consultancy in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is a frequent speaker at user groups and conferences nationally and abroad.